Una niña de 14 años fue asesinada a tiros por su hermano, que estaba fabricando y vendiendo armas, Sheriff de Georgia dice

A 13-year-old boy who was manufacturing and selling así llamado “armas fantasma” ha sido arrestado después de que presuntamente disparó y mató a su hermana de 14 años con una de sus propias armas de fuego caseras, according to the Douglas County, Georgia, Oficina del alguacil.

Two people had come to the family’s home in Douglasville, sobre 20 miles west of Atlanta, en noviembre 27 to purchase a gun that the 13-year-old made, Douglas County Sheriff Tim Pounds said in a news conference livestreamed by CNN affiliate WGCL miércoles.
But instead of buying the firearm, the pair stole the gun from the 13-year-old and fled the scene, the sheriff told reporters. The boy then shot at them as they were leaving, Pounds said, but instead struck his 14-year-old sister, who was identified by the sheriff’s office as Kyra Scott. Investigators believe the weapon he used was one that he had made.

      Arrests made in case

        Authorities have arrested Kyra’s 13-year-old brother and 19-year-old Yusef Jabryil McArthur Elone of the two people who had come to buy the homemade gun — la oficina del alguacil dijo in a news release. The 13-year-old has admitted to the shooting, Pounds said.
          The 13-year-old has been charged with felony murder, the sheriff’s office said in a statement, and McArthur El has been charged with robbery and felony murder.
          The Douglas County District Attorney’s Office is waiting for the investigation to be turned over to prosecutors before making a decision on final charges, District Attorney Dalia Racine said Wednesday.
          CNN is trying to determine if the defendants have legal representation who would comment on their behalf.
          According to the news release from the sheriff’s office, people at the home tried to transport Kyra to the hospital but stopped at a gas station, where they were met by EMTs and sheriff’s deputies. Kyra was taken to a hospital where she was confirmed dead of her injuries.
          It’s so sadbecause the mother’s losing two kids at one time,” Pounds said, telling reporters the boy had been making weapons fromstart to finish.
          He’s selling those weapons on the streets of Douglas County, Carroll County, Atlanta — En todas partes,” el sheriff dijo.
          Investigators are still searching for the third person involved, Pounds said, and the shooting remains under investigation.
          Authorities did not detail exactly how Kyra Scott’s brother was making homemade firearms or how long he’d been selling them. Investigators were looking at potential weapons charges for the 13-year-old, Teniente. Jon Mauney of the sheriff’s office said, but he declined to comment further, citing the ongoing investigation.

          Ghost guns

          The use of ghost gunsself-assembled firearms that are often made with parts sold online and do not have serial numbershas been on the rise in some major cities.
          According to a Justice Department news release in May, Entre 2016 y 2020, más que 23,000 un-serialized firearms were reported to have been recovered by law enforcement from potential crime scenes.
          Pounds called the issue of ghost guns asuper big deal,” agregando, “there’s no serial number, you can’t trace that gun.
          It’s real critical, and it’s a bad thing for law enforcement all over the world,” él dijo. “You can order everything you need to make that gun off of the internet and make itand it will fire.
            A GoFundMe set up by Kyra’s sibling to raise money for her funeral service describes her asthe kindest little girl you would’ve ever met.
            She had the biggest heart and always wanted to be around her family,” dice.

            los comentarios están cerrados.